Who is Who

Who is Who section of this website is dedicated to highlight those Pakistani individuals who have become celebrated in their respective fields and made successes of them across the globe. If you think you meet the qualities to be a Pride of Pakistan or you know someone who does, you are welcome to submit the profile online or email the profile at info@prideofpakistan.com with photo in jpeg or gif format and 600x350 pixels in size. Please remember, you need to Register/login to submit the profile online.

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Mian Muhmmad Afzal Hayat

Coming from a celebrated political dynasty can often put a great deal of pressure on people to achieve. Success in that field is therefore doubly swee

Muhammad Ayyub

The first experience of many Pakistanis in Britain is often unwelcoming and difficult. They have come full of expectations only to be met with indiffe

Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar

Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar, who was the sixth Prime Minister of Pakistan for approximately 2 months from October 17, 1957 to December 16, 1957, was bor

Malik Feroz Khan Noon

Malik Feroz Khan Noon, who was the seventh Prime Minister of Pakistan (1957-1958), was born on 7 May 1893 to the renowned Noon clan of Sargodha. He wa

Ghulam Rabbani MBE

There are some people among Pakistanis abroad whose position and pre-eminence among their community is so great that they are well known to vast numbe

Fareeha Idrees

Fareeha Idrees, who was born in Lahore, is a well-known talk show Anchor/Journalist earlier on SAMAA News TV and now on Waqt News TV hosting "Eight PM

Shoaib Muhammad

Combining an active communal, social and political life with the demands of a successful working life is a balance that is difficult to achieve. Howev

Raja Amir Dad Khan

Raja Amir Dad Khan, Honorary Burgess, who has lived and worked in High Wycombe for over 40 years, was born in Sohawa, District Jhelum, Pakistan. He gr

Dr. Syed Rizvi

Dr. Syed Rizvi is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Brown University and Director of the Rhode Island Hospital MS Centre. He is actively involved

Dr. Fahmida Mirza

Dr. Fahmida Mirza was 18th Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan. She was the first woman to hold the office to date, and is widely regarded as

Imtiaz Suleman

Many people associate the UK's Pakistani community with small corner shops but few may realise that the suppliers of these outlets are often Pakistani

Haris Ahmed

Born in Lahore, Pakistan Haris Ahmed studied for his B.Com at Islamia College, Lahore and went on to do his M.Com from the famous Hailey College of Co